This section provides time sensitive opportunities to engage in all things housing-related and anything else worth keeping an eye on.
The Citizenship and Advocacy Project
Part I - Workshops
The Citizenship Project is a new program for young adults (18-30) with developmental disabilities who want to learn more about advocacy, city issues, and how to get involved in their communities. Each week we will work with a different organization to investigate a different focus, and then process the pieces through an active workshop with Ahuri Theatre. This is a 2-part program; Part II will commence in January 2019. For more information, contact Liviya Mendelsohn at 416 924 6211 x330 or email@example.com Financial accessibility funding available.
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APTUS & CAMH Free Fall Programs
See the flyers below for upcoming programs for individuals with intellectual disabilities (16+) and their families. For the self-regulation group, the deadline to enroll is September 26th, 2018.
National Housing Strategy Initiatives
CMHC will soon welcome applications for new initiatives that are launching this year under the National Housing Strategy.
Stay tuned as a new website will launch in the coming days. This site will feature a modernized process which enables applicants to view the status of their proposal and how it scores relative to the program criteria. The site will also provide a variety of tools to help navigate the application process.
Click here to access the website.
Housing Action Lab Forum - June 26, 2018
Are you interested in increasing trust and cohesion within the housing sector, catalyzing action, and building a more complete and sustainable regional housing system?
Join the Housing Action Lab on June 26, 2018 at Evergreen Brick Works for a day of relationship building and strategizing. Register for the event here
The City of Toronto's new Residential Apartment Commercial (RAC) Zoning Information Session
United Way and the City of Toronto Tower & Neighbourhood Revitalization staff are hosting an information session about the new RAC zoning permissions in tower neighbourhoods, and a discussion of the opportunities for local agencies.
The City of Toronto’s new Residential Apartment Commercial (RAC) zoning allows new opportunities for commercial or community uses that were previously prohibited in the base of residential towers at over 400 sites all over the City.
The information session will be held on Thursday February 22nd in Committee Room 2, City Hall, 100 Queen St W at 8:30am - 10:00am.
For more information about RAC zoning in the City of Toronto, click here.
Provincial Affordable Housing Lands Program - November 2017